Out of Acadia October 4th-8th 2020

I'll be one of the Instructors!

“Crescendo” By Joshua Snow

Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park, Maine

From the mountains to the seasides, experience this 5 day, hands-on, autumn landscape photography conference shooting side-by-side with the pros.

Immerse yourself in the awe of nature at Acadia, one of America’s first National Parks. From glacier-scoured granite peaks to fall-covered woodlands, towering pines and rocky beaches, explore, learn and push your creativity as you photograph landscapes, textures and forms from sunrise to sunset and into the night, including Bass Harbor Lighthouse, Cadillac Mountain, Boulder Beach and more. All is conveniently located minutes from charming Bar Harbor, making it a perfect destination to spark your creative soul.

 

LOCATION & ACCOMMODATION

 

ACADIA NATIONAL PARK, BAR HARBOR, MAINE

 

Bar Harbor, Maine is the gateway to Acadia National Park where you will experience spectacular landscapes and photograph everything from oceanside cliffs to mountain forests, sand beaches and hidden gardens. You will stay at the Atlantic Oceanside in Bar Harbor, an oceanside hotel that is set-up as a perfect basecamp for photographers, with first-class conference facilities and accommodation with ocean views. The surrounding area provides even more opportunities to photograph the local fishing community nearby, from lobster fishermen to lobster pots, buoys and nets. This was the location of our very first landscape conference and we are super excited to return to learn, play and be inspired.

 

CONFERENCE PRICE

$2300

Reserve with a deposit of $1000. The remaining balance is due 60 days before the event. This event is limited to 100 attendees.
Does not include airfare, accommodation, transportation or park permits.

What’s Included?
  • Opening lobster bake dinner, 3 lunches and closing breakfast
  • Hands-on instruction from the top photographers in the field
  • More than 75 scheduled sessions to choose from for a personalized learning experience
  • Daily hands-on workshops and in-the-field excursions
  • Personal one-on-one sessions and small-group image reviews
  • Private Facebook group to connect with your fellow photographers to coordinate carpools